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So many of the images we capture for our Friday Flooring Favourites blog posts involve shadows of one character or another. This August, ..read more
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Geometric, classical, texture and colour found from recent travels in the design team ..read more
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Our recent visits to Clerkenwell Design Week and Leeds Arts University Degree Show revealed some key summer trends with pops of colour ..read more
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The beauty of our products means that they can be mixed and matched to create truly unique designs. Our multilevel loop ranges Osaka, ..read more
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We have missed our First Friday Flooring Favourites posts! Here is an enjoyable mix of images for this third Friday of the month.. ..read more
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Different pairs of inspiration curated from our travels near and far! Top; burmatex studio installation of osaka sumi and infinity solar ..read more
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Burmatex Design Blog by Burmatexdesign - 11M ago
Texture within an interior setting is an important factor to consider. Even for non-tactile surfaces such as floor and wall coverings. ..read more
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Architectural, structural, curated, classic, with a little bit of fun! Serpentine Pavilion 2018 designed by Frida Escobedo, London ..read more
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Burmatex Design Blog by Burmatexdesign - 11M ago
Accidental art describes the abstract beauty of normal, mundane, or everyday items and places. ‘Have nothing in your life that you do ..read more
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Over the past few years, Instagram has grown exponentially. So much so that museum curators, artists and designers are putting together ..read more

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